Through our London office, we provide a comprehensive range of banking services to the corporate market across several niche sectors.
We work closely with our customers to capitalise on their strengths and realise opportunities so they can grow and expand successfully. Whilst the successful candidates will be based in London, Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking has offices in several locations worldwide – Dublin, Belfast, Paris, Frankfurt and Stamford, Connecticut.
The Corporate Banking UK team manages some of the Bank’s largest and most prestigious domestic and international clients operating in eight niche sectors across technology, media, healthcare, industrial manufacturing, consumer, business support services, advanced industrials and hotels.
Join the Corporate Banking UK Graduate Programme where you will rotate across three of the sector teams over two years as a Management Associate, working closely with Senior Corporate Banking managers, supporting them in the management of a portfolio of domestic and international clients. You will get the opportunity to attend client meetings and assist in the preparation of credit papers for business propositions. You will also develop your knowledge of the Bank’s core product offerings.
Our programme combines in-depth industry exposure in each of your sector rotations, mentorship, class study and professional qualifications that will equip you with the knowledge and expertise to fully realise your talent and potential.
The closing date for this application is 31st October.
BSc in Business Management at Brunel University
I got the chance to fully immerse myself into Corporate Banking and learn from the very best right in the heart of the City. The emphasis on personalised training and development is phenomenal across the graduate programme and really allows you to reach your full potential. The ethos of work life balance cannot be understated, with a strong culture of working hard but also making time to celebrate successes, contributing to a positive team working environment.
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